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Electricity offers many benefits. As your electric cooperative, we are committed to delivering the advantages of electricity and essential services to its members reliably, economically, and responsibly. We work hard for the membership to make that happen, and we will work to continue those efforts.
— Mark McKinney, GM


Let us remember the past with gratitude, live the present with enthusiasm, and look forward to the future with confidence. 
— Pope John Paul II


Start, Transfer or Stop Service

Call (812) 358-4458 if you need to start, transfer, or stop services. 

Get to Know your Board of Directors

Your Board of Directors is elected by members and guides the business and affairs fo the cooperative. being a member that elects to vote is one of our core seven cooperative principles.

Bylaws and Rights

As a member, you should know your rights! Review this document to know more about how we operate under our bylaws.

SmartHub

Be in control of your energy. Manage payments, notify customer service of account and service issues, and check your electric usage. SmartHub is available on Android, iOS smartphones, tablets, and on the Web. This is just one of the many ways you can pay! 


Jackson County REMC will deliver the advantages of electricity and essential services to its members reliably, economically, and responsibly.


Tree Trimming Right-of-Way

Trees are recognized for their tremendous contribution to our environment.  Unfortunately, trees growing in the wrong place have the potential to threaten the reliability of one of the most important commodities upon which our modern society is dependent that being your electric service.  Electric utilities have long recognized trees as the leading cause for unplanned service interruptions, including both sustained duration outages and momentary interruptions. Trees growing in and around electric facilities can cause electrical faults and impede access to facilities when emergency or routine repairs are required. Trees also provide an environment conducive to squirrels and raccoons, which are another common cause of electric service interruptions.

Most important, however, is the safety of the general public, utility personnel that may be compromised by trees too close to energized equipment and lines.

Jackson County REMC is dedicated to providing you, our member, with safe, reliable, uninterrupted electric service. With your help, cooperation, and assistance our goal becomes more achievable when we work together.

REMC will notify members by mail when tree trimming will be starting in your area.  A representative of REMC may also leave a doorknob card if there are any questions he may have about the proposed trimming on your property.

If you have any questions regarding tree trimming, please contact the Operations Department at (812) 358-4458 or Toll-Free (800) 288-4458.

Call before you dig!

If you are planning a building or landscaping project that will include excavation, call for an underground locate first! Just call 811, Indiana Underground Plant Protection Service Inc. (Holey Moley) at least two full working days before you plan to dig and we will be glad to locate our lines.

This new, easy to remember number has been put in place for your convenience and safety. 

Electric Entrance Wiring Guides

The REMC has prepared three wiring installation guides to help you prepare your entrance wiring. The guides follow the National Electrical Code and the National Electrical Safety Code.

Please note that local and county laws and requirements may also apply to your wiring installations. Please check with your local authorities for any required permits or inspections.

Please contact our Operations & Engineering Department with any questions or to schedule a safety check of your work by the REMC. 

1-812 358-4458 or 1-800-288-4458 (toll-free long distance)

CONTACT US

Local Calls: 812-358-4458
Toll-Free: 800-288-4458

OUR LOCATION

Jackson County REMC
274 E Base Rd
Brownstown, IN 47220

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 

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